Linked by Adam S on Tue 5th Jun 2007 19:49 UTC
Mozilla & Gecko clones "After fifteen months of hard work, the Camino Project is pleased to announce the release of Camino 1.5, a substantial update to the popular Camino 1.0 web browser. Based on Mozilla's Gecko 1.8.1 rendering engine, Camino 1.5 includes some brand-new, exciting features to make surfing the web even easier." New features include inline spell-checking, feed detection, session saving, and tabbed browsing improvements. Camino is a fantastic OS X native browser that is generally more compatible than Safari. The Camino Project also launched a new website to coincide with their browser milestone.
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Nice
by agildehaus on Tue 5th Jun 2007 20:06 UTC
agildehaus
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2005-06-29

Congrats to all who work on Camino, it's a fantastic browser and still a very valuable asset on OSX considering many Jscript-heavy sites do not work well on Safari (here's looking at you, Google Calendar).

I still wish Camino scrolled as smoothly as Safari ;)

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